Jude Bellingham's team 'tell Real Madrid they are in talks with Liverpool' over stunning transfer | The Sun

JUDE BELLINGHAM'S team have told Real Madrid that they are in talks with Liverpool, according to reports.

The Borussia Dortmund star is one of the most in-demand players in Europe.

Bellingham, 19, is under contract with the Bundesliga side until 2025.

But he is likely to leave in the summer.

The ex-Birmingham City starlet is being chased by the likes of Manchester City, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain.

It's Liverpool and Real Madrid that are at the front of queue, however.

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The latter are reportedly in talks with Bellingham's team over a transfer.

But they have now been warned that conversations are also happening with Jurgen Klopp's Reds.

Former player and football insider Jan Aage Fjortoft tweeted: "Re: Jude Bellingham

"I understand Team Bellingham have told Real Madrid they are talking to Liverpool too.

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"At the moment “no favourites”. As they at this stage are investigating their options."

Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti previously distanced his side from a move for Bellingham.

He said: "Bellingham has shown at the World Cup that he is a great midfielder, but so have others.

"Enzo Fernandez has played very well. Gavi and Pedri as well.

"Bellingham is one of those very good midfielders, but I’ll stick with the ones we have."

The Dortmund star hasn't played in a competitive match since England's World Cup quarter-final elimination to France.

Bundesliga action will finally resume this weekend, with Dortmund set to host Augsburg on Sunday.

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